The Hyundai Veloster is two-door coupe that was first introduced in 2011. The Tiburon is the car it tried to replace for Hyundai. The Veloster has had four variants of key fobs over the years. The Smart Egg Shaped Fob, the Flip Keyless, the Smart Square w Valet, and the oldest remote, the Basic Keyless Plastic key fob. For other Hyundai models, see our Hyundai key fob battery page.
|Veloster||Smart Egg Shaped Fob||2019||CR2032||Check on Amazon|
|Veloster||Flip Keyless||2019||CR2032||Check on Amazon|
|Veloster||Smart Square w Valet||2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017||CR2032||Check on Amazon|
|Veloster||Basic Keyless Plastic||2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017||CR2032||Check on Amazon|
How to replace the Hyundai Veloster Smart Egg Shaped fob battery (2019)
How to replace the Hyundai Veloster Flip Keyless fob battery (2019)
The latest flip key for the Veloster will require two small tools. A small flat head screwdriver, and a small phillips screwdriver. Use the flathead to remove the back of the fob, and the phillips to remove the two small screws that hold the battery cover in place. Here’s my video on how to do it: